The Leadership for Organizational Excellence model makes Organizational Excellence the basis of your company’s long-term growth plan. The program, which has been tested and proven in multiple industries, works because it is a sequential, continuous, repeating process. Reach out today for more information>>
Sandler’s leadership development and sales management programs are designed to help you break through plateaus, remove bottlenecks, and take your career or organization to the next level.
Unfortunately, if you want a better team, it’s up to you to become a better leader. Finding, choosing, and onboarding new team members can be challenging, especially if you don’t do it very often.
Without micromanaging, you are required to motivate, lead, and develop the talent on your team, but who is helping, coaching, and holding you accountable to your goals?
Sharing the vision, managing the mission, and maximizing your team’s performance is rarely taught in school, which leaves you to figure it out on your own.
Leadership is something you can learn. Whether you feel like a natural-born leader or not, there are specific behaviors and attitudes you can learn that will help you become a better leader. Excellent leaders are able to observe and analyze their team's behaviors and respond to them in an objective, supportive, and constructive manner.
Build on your instinctive understanding of human nature, and discover why people act the way they do. Learn how to stir up the best in those around you and guide them toward your vision. We offer leadership solutions for professionals ranging from emerging leaders to C-level executives. Let's have a conversation about what leadership training could look like for you.
Contact us to find out how to become the type of leader who others want to follow through our live and online leadership training.
Learn how to develop an accurate hiring profile, objectively assess and select candidates, and create onboarding and performance plans for each position on your team. Effective leaders must build on those managerial skills, plus...
-Have an instinctual understanding about human nature, and why people act the way that they do.
-Be able to observe people's behavior and analyze and respond to it in an objective, supportive, and constructive manner.
-Encourage, enable and recognize people for their performance.
Learn how to recognize and resolve conflicts quickly, communicate your vision clearly in meetings and one-to-one, and empower
your team members to perform at optimum levels.
Excerpted from our book, The Road to Excellence, this sample chapter addresses how to overcome common management "blind spots" that can undermine and destroy companies.